Also, a lot of people thought of as "blind" do have some degree of vision, though it might be as limited as seeing light and dark.That guy with a cane and dark glasses might be able to see some details of faces at extremely close range. Oh, and she isn't well endowed either, so cross that off the list.I would think that a blind man would have an easier time dating a woman that would otherwise be unattractive (bad skin, unappealing weight, superficial deformities) but then again, I guess a blind man could also be just as self-concious as a sighted man when it comes to how other people gauge how their date looks.In that same reasoning, are there people that specifically date blind people so they won't feel judged on their looks? I'm reminded of the comic book romance of Ben Grimm to a blind woman.But, at the same time, I get a little bit of conversation in to see if we are hitting it off.” Jolliff, 29, has been blind since birth due to what’s known as Leber Congenital Amaurosis, a hereditary disorder in which most of the rods and cone cells in Jolliff’s retinas never developed.Her world isn’t pitch-black, but weak muscles keep Jolliff’s eyes mostly shut.Following sounds and relying on touching objects, I had a unique experience.Afterwards, I was intrigued to know more about how do people with visual impairment live their lives and what do their surroundings mean to them.
But Jolliff leaves out one detail that is part of her daily life: She’s blind.Of course, I've used the internet acronym WAG twice here, so that points out that IANABG and IANABVW.It's possible that a blind person might prefer his/her partner to have very smooth skin, regular features, etc., due to the more pleasant feeling when touching the partner's face.Taking pictures “isn’t even something that crosses my mind,” she says. Last fall, Jolliff signed up for e Harmony and Ok Cupid.“I want the ‘deeper’ connection that sites like e Harmony and to an extent, Ok Cupid, can bring,” Jolliff says.
And these thirteen things will go a long way in helping you deal with your awkwardness of interacting with people who have visual impairment.